This API Reference describes the elements and attributes for each call in the eBay Merchant Data API.Note: SOAP is not a supported format for the information within Merchant Data files. The Merchant Data APIs in the following table can be used as the 'payload' information within Merchant Data files that are uploaded or downloaded. These are not calls that can be invoked on their own, like the Trading APIs in the 'Related Calls' table.
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See also the calls in the eBay Trading Web Services.
|ActiveInventoryReport||Reports price and quantity details for a seller's active listings.||view|
|FeeSettlementReport||Contains information about user invoice and related order information, such as: fee type, fee amount, item category, order id, transaction id, item id, and item title.||view|
|OrderAck||Request that you use to acknowlege that an order has been received.||view|
|SetShipmentTrackingInfo||Specifies the shipment tracking information associated with one package of an order.||view|
|SoldReport||Contains information about the sold item, such as: order ID, buyer information, shipping information, order creation time, payment cleared time, tax amount, insurance cost, and total cost.||view|
The following table lists calls from other eBay products that can be used in data files for use with Large Merchant Services. Just as with Merchant Data APIs, you must provide an XML declaration (e.g.,
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>) and the call must be contained within a BulkDataExchangeRequests container (e.g.,
|AddFixedPriceItem||Trading API||Sends data defining a new fixed price item (specified by a seller) to eBay, where it becomes a new listing. Returns the item ID for the new listing, and returns fees the seller will incur for the listing (not including the Final Value Fee, which cannot be calculated until the item is sold).||view|
|AddItem||Trading API||Defines a single new item and lists it on a specified eBay site. Returns the item ID for the new listing, and returns fees the seller will incur for the listing (not including the Final Value Fee, which cannot be calculated until the item is sold).||view|
|EndFixedPriceItem||Trading API||Ends the specified item listing before the date and time at which it would normally end (per the listing duration).||view|
|EndItem||Trading API||Ends the specified item listing before the date and time at which it would normally end (per the listing duration).||view|
|RelistFixedPriceItem||Trading API||Enables a seller to take a single item (or a single multi-item listing) that ended without bidders or buyers and relist it on a specified eBay site.||view|
|RelistItem||Trading API||Enables a seller to take a single item (or a single multi-item listing) and re-list it on a specified eBay site.||view|
|ReviseFixedPriceItem||Trading API||Enables a seller to change the properties of a currently active listing. Inputs are the item ID of the item being revised and any properties that are being changed.||view|
|ReviseInventoryStatus||Trading API||Enables a seller to change the price and quantity of currently active fixed-price items.||view|
|ReviseItem||Trading API||Enables a seller to change the properties of a currently active listing.||view|
|UploadSiteHostedPictures||Trading API||Uploads a picture to EPS (eBay Picture Services) when you supply a URL in the ExternalPictureURL field (the location of the picture on an external web server).||view|
|VerifyAddFixedPriceItem||Trading API||Enables a seller to test an upload and see the related fees without actually creating a listing. Input values are similar to the values for AddFixedPriceItem.||view|
|VerifyAddItem||Trading API||Enables a seller to specify the definition of a new item and submit the definition to eBay without creating a listing.||view|
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